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Maison Gonzagues

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Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 September 2015

Our hostess was great - and when we had to leave a day early (due to circumstances not under our control), there was no quibble or charge, even though it was a bit late notice on our part. If you are looking for a really old, authentic piece of France, this is stuffed full of character. B&B only, very friendly,...

Thank Garry P
Hoylake, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 September 2014

Loved Cotignac so much so that we are looking for a home there! Beautifully restored ancient house full of character and history. Stephane and Martine very friendly and helpful. Central location near to main square. Parking bit of a challenge but if you want history expect a few rough edges.

Thank Peter E
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 30 June 2014

Cotignac was recommended to us as the perfect Provence destination. We tried, unsuccessfully, to book the suggested accommodation so it was with trepidation we booked an unknown B&B, Maison Gonzagues. How fortunate we were! We had 4 nights with delightful hosts, Martine and Stephane and really couldn't have asked for more. Grand building (1747) spotlessly clean with character filled, spacious...

1Thank SueE20
Reviewed 4 January 2014

Nice but a bit overprized b&b. It looks very nice on the pics and presentation, but the atmosphere was not as cozy as it seemed. Also we did not like it was sounded but luckily we stayed outside high season so it could have been worse. Bring ear plugs just in case. Breakfast was decent. We had to pay cash...

2Thank banjokatt
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 July 2012

We stayed here for a weekend and had the most wonderful time. Stephane and Martine were so friendly and helpful...the hotel was in a perfect location and the rooms were comfy and very homely. Loved it. Tom

Thank Tombaker1984
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 17 February 2012

We were guided to Maison Gonzagues and hosts Stephane and Martine through Provence Reservation Day Tours. The stay was truly one of the highlights of our May 2011 trip. After several days in Paris, we embarked on a tour arranged by PRDT. Cotignac was an unfamiliar place, but listed as a stop along the way. We were so worried about...

1Thank dsilhacek
Newbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 September 2011

Our first trip to Provence and we scoured Trip Advisor finding the C18th Maison Gonzagues - and we were not disappointed. From the outset, you are met by a friendly smile from Stephane who couldn't have been more helpful throughout our stay. We were shown our room, with a lovely 4 Poster Bed; the room was large with en suite...

Thank ColinandXineT
Coventry, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 August 2011

What a beautiful experience. What a beautiful building, so full of character and history. So unique that we cannot beleive we were lucky to find it. The owner was lovely and very helpful. If you are in this part of Provence then it must be tried to be believed.

Thank RolyW1947
Reviewed 23 April 2010

A magnificent 17th century merchant's house in the heart of one of the most interesting Provencal villages. The owners are attentive to your every need. They go out of their way to keep the decor in keeping with the character of the house: understated charm rather than over-stated. Our bedroom was huge and comfortable. The staircase is a marvel in...

Thank garryDC
Reviewed 1 March 2010

Beautiful authentic 17th century hotel conveniently located near the town square of Cotignac. Made for a great location to explore surrounding countryside. Owner had a rouring fire going upon our arrival with wine followed by a wonderful 5 course meal. Highly recommend having dinner at the hotel. The owners put a lot of thought in fine details of food service...

1Thank Forestalle

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Gonzagues House is one of the last remaining manor houses in Cotignac a charming village in the unspoiled Upper Var area. Particular care has been lavished on the building, which has been both conserved and renovated in keeping with the spirit of the 18th century, the period during which the house was erected(the exact date is 1747).The 5 principal bedrooms with their fireplaces,are each decorated differently (Jouy, Marseillaise, Louis XIV, Monacale, Marie-Louise)together with their separated bathrooms and toilets.The furniture is antique ans some pieces are very old indeed. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Maison Gonzagues

Address: 9 rue Leon Gerard, 83570 Cotignac, France
Region: France > Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur > Var > Cotignac
Price Range: $149 - $155 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
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“Ask for the four poster bed room as you have a small entrance and separate toilet.”
SueE20, 30 Jun 2014 | Read review
“4 Poster Bedroom, however, we saw one other room which was also lovely.”
ColinandXineT, 24 Sep 2011 | Read review
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